Timberline Express Inc. is one of North America's premier trucking companies. With state-of-the-art fleet and computerized, real-time tracking systems, Timberline continues to exceed the ever-changing demands of today's trucking industry. They are poised to effectively move you into the future.
Timberline Express Inc. is In operation since 1982 and licensed to transport in 48 states and Canada. Timberline Express Inc. works closely with major shippers and brokers of paper, food products, beer and many other commodities. Timberline Express Inc. serve such regional and international shippers as Abitibi-Consolidated, Bowater, Cascade Fine Paper, Charter Films, Georgia Pacific, Miller Brewing, Northwest Beverage, Smart Paper, Stora Enso North America, Sappi/Foreway, Tate & Lyle Ingredients North America, and Thunder Bay Packaging, among others. Their broad geographic service capabilities, tracking systems and dedication to excellent services are just some of the reasons they have earned the continued trust of the customers.
Equipment and technology are only the tools. The most important aspect of Timberline Express is their drivers. They're the ones who put their experience and expertise to work to ensure our deliveries are handled with precision. Drivers are the ones who keep their eyes peeled to find new ways to better serve our customers.
To ensure the safety and efficiency of Timberline Express Inc.Ãƒ‚Ã¢€Ã¢„Ãƒ‚¢s drivers, as well as ensuring that their customers' cargo arrives at its destination in perfect condition, Timberline Express is committed to having the most modern fleet of power units, dry van trailers in the business. On the road, itÃƒ‚Ã¢€Ã¢„Ãƒ‚¢s seen as the maroon and white equipment and our drivers. However, they are just one part of the Timberline team. At Timberline Express Inc. base in Superior, Wisconsin, their administrative staff, dispatchers, and mechanics are all working to ensure that their customers receive service that exceeds their expectations always.
Timberline Express IncPosted on Mar 10, 2006